The Annexe on Morris Street, Sheringham

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Prices & Booking

Date range Price per week
5 Jun - 2 Jul 2021 £555 Book Online
3 Jul - 3 Sep 2021 £595 Book Online
4 Sep - 24 Sep 2021 £525 Book Online
25 Sep - 15 Oct 2021 £485 Book Online
16 Oct - 29 Oct 2021 £425 Book Online
30 Oct - 10 Dec 2021 £345 Book Online
11 Dec - 31 Dec 2021 £575 Book Online
1 Jan - 11 Feb 2022 £345 Book Online
12 Feb - 18 Feb 2022 £434 Book Online
19 Feb - 1 Apr 2022 £372 Book Online
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  • Short Breaks
  • Bed Linen Included
  • Parking at property
  • Pet Friendly
  • WiFi

About this Annexe

This recently renovated, cosy, two bed annexe is set amongst a tree lined residential road located in a quiet conservation area close to the shops and beach in Sheringham.
Ground Floor, with front door leading into the conservatory with door to open plan lounge/dining room with Smart TV and comfortable sofa with staircase, door to inner lobby with door to kitchen with electric oven, gas hob, fridge freezer and microwave, door to family bathroom with walk-in shower cubicle, WC and washbasin. Door to bedroom with king size bed.
Stair case leading to first floor landing, with door to bedroom with single bed..
Outside. Allocated parking space for 1 car. Please note there is no access to the garden.
Please note: Bed linen provided, please bring own towels. Travel cot available (please bring own bedding). High chair available. In the conservatory there is a door to attached separate Main House conservatory. Location: beach 0.1 miles, cafes and shops a 2-minute stroll. Train station a 5- minute walk.
Please note that the information on this page is intended as a guide only. We cannot accept responsibility for any inaccurate, misleading or incomplete information about any property and its facilities or services. All properties are non-smoking.

“The annexe was absolutely perfect. Very quiet and very close to Main Street and beach. Everything very clean and modern.

Philip S

“The Annex on Morris Street is just like a bungalow, but with staircase leading to a bedroom in the eaves. I am not able to climb stairs and although the extra bedroom was nice to have, we both stayed in the downstairs accommodation. Which consists of a very large double bedroom, with a King sized bed. I personally would have preferred an actual double wardrobe as opposed to the “open-plan” type or concept, which consists of a wooden pole, with plenty of hangers, and a couple of slatted shelves. So although I hung up a lot of our clothes we kept the rest of our clothing in the case under the bed.
The bathroom, which is off of the kitchen, has a very nice shower cubicle, but be aware that there is quite a high step to actually get into the cubicle. The bathroom has a Toilet, hand basin and Shower Cubicle.
The kitchen has a lovely big freestanding Fridge-Freezer, as well as Microwave, Gas Hob, and everything else that Self Catering Accommodation needs.
We had a wonderful break and have already booked to return for a Holiday at The Annex on Morris Street. I personally found the 6.5” step up to get into the Double Bedroom, from the lounge, very difficult as there was nothing to hold onto, So, next time, I shall be bringing my disabled “half-step” to make it much easier to manage the 6.5” step.

Fay B